The JEE (Mains) 2014 is for admission to various Undergraduate Engineering Programs is based on
1.40% of marks scored in School Boards and
2.60% weightage is given to marks scored in JEE (Mains)
As exams approach its time to study smart so you can perform your best at the JEE Mains examination in April 2014. Here are some Tips and Tricks!
– Practice previous year papers/ sample papers to be able to identify trends and to find out your weaknesses.
– Keep reading your quick revision notes.
– Set reasonable goals but be sure to meet them.
– Keep the last 60 days for revision. dividing the subjects, topics in days, according to your ease.
– Try mnemonics to remember detailed notes.
– For remembering definitions try studying from flash cards.
– In the last month practice the exam papers during the same timings as the official exam, this will help you get into the habit of remembering and writing answers at that time.
– Continue practicing sample papers/previous year papers.
– Focus on studying topics that are your weak points.
-Create separate quick revision notes for each subject. Your quick revision notes should contain important formulae, important concepts and points you feel you are likely to forget. Go through the quick revision notes as often as possible.
– Try to study a few topics from each subject each day, for example 2 topics each from Maths, Physics and Chemistry. This helps your mind prepare for answering questions from all three subjects.
– Don’t study from too many reference books as it’s likely to get confusing, it’s best to focus on NCERT for concepts and use previous year question banks and sample papers.
– Do not neglect your school studies as they will help prepare a foundation for your JEE Mains preparation.
– Focus on understanding basic concepts.
JEE comprises of two paper —
B. E/ B. Tech aspirants are required to attempt Paper 1, which consists of objective-type questions divided equally amongst Maths, Physics and Chemistry. The exam may be attempted through computer based testing or pen and paper based testing.
B.Arch. /B. Planning aspirants are required to attempt Paper 2 which can only be attempted by pen and paper based testing. The exam is based on Maths (objective-type questions), Aptitude Test and a Drawing Test.
Candidates interested in applying for both B. E/ B. Tech and B.Arch./B. Planning can attempt both Paper 1 and Paper 2.
According to the JEE-Mains 2013
The questions were divided between the following topics so by analysing the pie charts you can easily compare the weightage given and can plan the maths ,chemistry ,physics portion for JEE-Mains 2014 accordingly.
you must read the information bulletin
To visit the JEE-Mains 2014 site